Many of those who stream their gameplay on Twitch.tv receive donations from their viewers. Theoretically, an entertaining individual could make quite a bit of money playing video games. However, there are many people on the Internet that cannot fathom giving someone money to play games all day long. Is there logic behind donating to Twitch users?
Although I couldn't barrel through the entire 24 hours of gaming, I did make it close at 2 hrs and 41 minutes to go. We'll be doing the last bit of time today in order to support the children. Too many variables were against me this year.
As we gear up for 24 hours of non-stop gaming, I wanted to thank everyone that is supporting us. Currently, we only have one donation - but anything is better than none at all. The Children's Miracle Network is a wondrous organization and Extra Life just makes the experience more grand by inviting gamers to demonstrate that we're not all sociopaths. :)
Extra Life is an organization of gamers that play for the benefit of the Children's Miracle Network. This encompasses a great deal of facilities and services that help sick children realize greater potential. It's a worthwhile cause that can benefit the children as all proceeds are donated to various causes and hospitals.